充当, 計上, 充用, 捕物, 充当金, 捕り物
Noun(1) money set aside (as by a legislature(2) incorporation by joining or uniting(3) a deliberate act of acquisition of something, often without the permission of the owner
(1) Or is it merely appropriation of the latest fad?(2) The requirement of a legislative appropriation applies to an expenditure by the Crown to perform a contract no less than an expenditure for any other purpose.(3) After all, technologically ambitious image making has always developed in two complementary and competing paths: as overwhelming presentation in a public space and as private appropriation .(4) They have smokescreened a programme of violence and intimidation behind appropriation of the Irish language and simplistic slogans but the zealotry can be carried to degrees that are self-defeating.(5) How do we evaluate this work in light of the questions of authorship, appropriation , and identity which have motivated much of the most progressive art of the last twenty-five years.(6) the appropriation accounts(7) Although Congress has scrutinized the subsidy almost annually and until 1993 required annual renewals, its character as a tax appropriation has made the subsidy less publicly visible.(8) Imitation began with the study of ancient and modern masterworks, paid honor to other artists through appropriation of their motifs, and challenged one to discern and represent the best parts of nature.(9) The genocide, dehumanisation of the people through forced labour, expropriation of land and appropriation of cattle all contributed to the redefinition of manhood.(10) American culture, the editors argue, has been developed in the ├ö├ç├┐flux of appropriation and contrast from and with the margins of society.├ö├ç├û(11) A much bigger threat to our freedom is an overweening state that plays on our fears to justify the appropriation of even more money to special interests, the mobilization of which will ensure that it stays in power.(12) What's tricky is that people can conflate those ideas about collage and appropriation and art and culture with ideas about downloading and file-sharing.(13) The Western appropriation of communist kitsch thrived during the Cold War, for purposes both earnest and ironic, and it has not abated since then.(14) I mean, white kids in Vancouver are so far removed from the Black and Puerto Rican urban centres which originally spawned hip-hop culture that a certain amount of appropriation was inevitable.(15) Issues of cultural appropriation and colonialism come to the surface against a backdrop of often confusing or nonsensical vignettes from various Tintin stories.(16) I think there will be money in a supplemental appropriation as early as next week.
Different Formsappropriation, appropriations
English to Japanese Dictionary: appropriation
Meaning and definitions of appropriation, translation in Japanese language for appropriation with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of appropriation in Japanese and in English language.
Tags for the entry "appropriation"
What appropriation means in Japanese, appropriation meaning in Japanese, appropriation definition, examples and pronunciation of appropriation in Japanese language.